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Deconstructing Value Investing: Valuation vs Cheapness

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​“Value Investing” is commonly misunderstood as buying companies at a discount to their intrinsic value.  While that may have been true decades ago, today “Value Investing” predominantly consists of buying “low price to something” stocks.  The “something” is a fundamental variable such as book value, earnings, and/or sales among others.  However, such approaches do not necessarily identify undervalued stocks, only stocks that are “cheap” relative to the chosen fundamental variable. 

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Society; Featured

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Start Time

10/15/2020 3:00 PM

End Time

10/15/2020 4:00 PM

Event Type

Career; Featured

Event City

Webinar

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Event Region

Americas

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Currency

US

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All Day Event

 

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https://cvent.me/ebQgPD

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Event Short Info

“Value Investing” is commonly misunderstood as buying companies at a discount to their intrinsic value.  While that may have been true decades ago, today “Value Investing” predominantly consists of buying “low price to something” stocks.  The “something” is a fundamental variable such as book value, earnings, and/or sales among others.  However, such approaches do not necessarily identify undervalued stocks, only stocks that are “cheap” relative to the chosen fundamental variable. 

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Created at 10/7/2020 10:52 AM by tlow@mojconsulting.com
Last modified at 10/7/2020 10:52 AM by tlow@mojconsulting.com